However, Nick is a lonely FBI undercover agent assigned to penetrate in the criminal organization.
The plot, writing and characters are all routine and this rather takes away from the suspense or emotional heft.
It rather gives the impression of a film going through the motions, polished and very watchable, but at the close it doesn't leave much impact.
Robert Forster is underused as Mortensen's boss, while Michael Nouri does good work as the mob leader.
The chief problem with this film is predictability.
She treats men with caution, believing one can love too much and invite pain. The place is assaulted by the Italian Mafia leaded by Dino Campanela and Nick rescues and saves the life of Shuji Sawamoto, who is the representative of Yakuza interests in America.